Phil Mickelson hasn't been as sharp on Friday as he was on Thursday, but he's managed to mitigate trouble and still holds the lead at 2-under.
Mickelson began the day at 3-under but dropped a shot with a three-putt bogey at No. 1. He's found trouble on a few more holes but recovered each time and is 1-over on the round through six holes. Despite the three-putt to open the round, Mickelson has putted well since, including a couple of par saves.
At 2-under, Mickelson is one stroke ahead of Justin Rose and Billy Horschel, the only other two players under par. Horschel hit all 18 greens on his way to a 3-under 67, while Rose is 2-under through five holes on Friday. Rose opened the second round with back-to-back birdies and has made three straight pars since.
A few notable names have managed to stay in contention thanks to even-par rounds on Friday, including Bubba Watson and Ian Poulter. Watson is 1-over for the tournament, but even through six holes. Watson is yet to card anything other than a par. Poulter is also 1-over overall and even-par on his round through three holes.
Rickie Fowler was two strokes off the lead, but a double bogey on No. 3 dropped him to 2-over for the tournament and four strokes back. Here is a look at the leaderboard including a few notable names.